The Uzo Method project explores the use of alternative healing modalities as a public health solution to increase wellness across communities.
This method uses education, demonstration, performance, community service and research to develop an evidence based method of healing through movement, music and dance.Photo by Emily Ann Jones
Bodies in motion improve health and well-being. Its therapeutic effects improve physical and emotional functioning. It restores, re-mediates, and rehabilitates body functioning. Dance weaves in the expressive, reflective, communicative, and adaptive behaviors and music affects brain chemistry in a powerful way that engages the spirit, which enhances the mind, body and spirit connection.
This project aims to increase awareness around the power of music and dance as an energizer, stress reliever and quality of life enhancer.
Photo by Emily Ann Jones